Several Kuwaiti real estate investors are facing difficulties in obtaining the required licences to start their commercial and housing projects as part of Al Areen development project in the Southern Governorate in Bahrain.
Bahrain’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has revoked Al Zubara International Trading's telecommunication licence.
This is further to the TRA's notice published on May 1 in the Official Gazette and on i
Bahrain-based solutions provider Oak Utility Solutions and Development has entered into an exclusive licence agreement to bring a new pipeline rehabilitation technology known as XHab to the Middle East.
Headquartered in Bahrain wi
Women are progressively dominating the car-buying process, with an increase in licences issued to them than to men on the road in the US, according to latest research.
More than 50 per cent of women globally are dissatisfied with
French oil company Total has been awarded a licence to explore for natural gas in the Nile Delta, a source in the state-run Egyptian Natural Gas Holding company (Egas) said on Monday.
"France's Total won the bid to explor
Egypt must strip back bureaucracy to attract investment in its planned second Suez canal and bring in new laws making it easier for companies to get licences and land, a legal firm linked to the project said.
Egypt plans to build
Egypt is finalising the details of a long-awaited unified licence for both mobile and landline telecommunications, its telecoms minister said on Wednesday (July 2), after the announced activation date of June 30
Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) has launched a new initiative in connection with licensing of marine training centres.
This latest development aims to improve policies dealing with licensing and staff training centres as well
In a significant move, Bahrain government has decided to slash fees for passport, car registration and driving licence by half for those over 60 years of age.
This follows a Cabinet decision, and Interior Minis
Egypt's telecoms regulator said it had agreed to issue a unified licence allowing a company to operate fixed-line and mobile networks, and had sent the details of its decision to the cabinet for final approval.
The move would